SUPER DAD GOES TO MEXICO

10 years ago my father Isaac was diagnosed with prostate cancer. He did not accept chemotherapy as he believed a few good changes to his lifestyle would be a better idea. This was the beginning of his research into alternative treatments at home. He changed his diet and started taking supplements including apricot kernels and green tea. He regularly juiced vegetables to keep his oxygen levels high. This new approach kept his cancer level at an alarmimgly low rate and just last year he was given the all clear!

In May this year he had a bad fall while he was out walking and fractured his ankle. For a few weeks he was off his feet and out of his normal routine.  After a brief visit to see my sister and I in Jersey he was brought into hospital in Belfast with pain in his right side.  After a few tests he was told the cancer had metastasized and spread to his liver. He was given just 4-6 months to live!

He has been very postitve still despite this recent news and has no intentions of going anywhere yet! Hes been fighting an ongoing infection over the last few weeks and has been in and out of hospital. The doctors here have said there isnt much more they can do for him and chemotherapy has not been advised as an option either. 

Our only other option is to try an integrative approach. Isaac would like to go to the Oasis of Hope hospital in Mexico for this type of treatment. This hospital is world renowned for its expertise in combining both conventional and integrative medecine. It also focuses on restoration and healing. There are councillors on hand to give valuable advice on how to cope with stress, which has a huge impact on health.  He has already been accepted as a patient with a very positive response from Dr Contreras there. He has been recommended a 2 cycle treatment plan, which would involve 2 visits with a 12 week interim at home, where he would be given a strict protocol designed specially for him. I will be here in Belfast to help him succeed. 

If and only if Isaac is feeling strong enough, he would like to make the journey from Belfast to San Diego. We need your help to do so. Please help our family at this time and donate whatever you can. Its a lot of money but we feel its worth every penny!

God bless you all,

Judith
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Judith Doyle 
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Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
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